by Anselmo Watkins Freelance Writer University of El Dorado at Pasadena President Allan Swindell said he was disappointed by the performance of student protesters who invaded the Andriessen Administration Building in protest of proposed student fee increases made necessary by California’s financial crisis. A crowd of 50 students and hangers-on entered Andriessen at 3 p.m. […]
by Diana Senechal Freelance Writer New Haven, Connecticut: The acclaimed mathematician Gerald Brume declared tearfully to reporters that he felt validated for the first time after reading Math People Are Real People, a revelatory new book by Josie Franks. “I have received over a hundred awards and honorary degrees,” said Brume. “I am routinely invited […]
The Very Elite Educational Media Awards made history this week when the head writers of The Cronk of Higher Education made a reluctant return to the stage. “Obviously, we were nervous after what happened when we won our award last year,” said senior writer Irma Pelt, “but we couldn’t let that stop us.” Viewers of […]
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